eLearning2.0 from the Read/Write Web blog

Corporate eLearning Strategies and Development

conversation. I'm a little late to pointing at this post from the Read/Write Web blog but better late than never on some things. It's a 2 part blog post so we'll wait for part II I love it when those outside of the training/learning field bring their perspective to the Learning2.0

Blogging in a Walled Garden

Experiencing eLearning

One of the features of Sakai that our team was looking for in a new LMS is a blogging tool. However, it does give us the option of blogging within the system. We’re still using those tools for some courses, depending on the content and activities, but we’re starting to integrate this internal blog into our activities. During the pilot of our new facilitator training course, I lurked in the forums during a heated debate about the use of the blog tool.

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Digital literacy 6: Organising and sharing content

Learning with e's

The very act of creating content, whether it is a video, blogpost or podcast, is often with the intention that it will be shared in some way, usually on the web. Now we have the social web, there are more ways than ever to make your content available to a vast audience. But how do you share in such a way that makes it visible to the web? This is the power of social bookmarking - just one of the many ways you can organise and share your content on the social web.

Social Learning Ought to be Story-Sharing: "Friends You Haven't Met Yet"

Vignettes Learning

We spoke about ICT's Story Web Blog Project. Army, they compiled 33 million web blogs that use personal stories. While we were in conversation, Dr. Gordon mentioned the work of Chris Wienberg, a doctoral student. The documentary interviews some of the bloggers who were discovered in their research on the Story Blogs. They Will Find You "I'm surprised that someone I don't know would visit and read my blog," one blogger remarked.

Evolution of L&D - Some more thoughts

ID Reflections

I love the serendipity of the web. I have seen this happen again and again when interacting on the web—learning, lurking, contributing and participating. I loved this line in her blog: “ I want learning in our organisation to be personally owned but organizationally supported.” Here are some things I could think of and looking to the L&D CoP to learn more… : Connect with business : Keep an ongoing and open conversation with business using the language of business.

Convergence Learning

The Learning Circuits

Competencies require the mastery of the 5 Cs : Content, Conversation, Connectivity, Collaboration, and Context: While we all enjoy a good speaker, literature, or video that a well prepared lesson can provide, we also need to create and search for our own content in order to provide meaning to the new information.